Kenya Moore has been accused of taking her Bravo 'The Real Housewives of Atlanta' drama to another popular reality show.
The former Miss USA apparently had an intense moment on Food Network’s series Worst Cooks In America: Celebrity Edition. Moore was eliminated from the competitive show but refused to leave the set; causing production to be put on hold for hours, The Daily Mail reported Tuesday.
One insider said she huffed and puffed as she shouted, “I’m calling my agents and they better fix this s***.”
They added, “You would have thought she was filming a scene for ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ the way she carried on. She cursed at the producers, badmouthed the judges and ranted: ‘Without me this show will fail.’ She did everything except twirl around in circles as she does on ‘Real Housewives;’ the only problem was, the cameras had stopped rolling!”
Word is her outfit is partly what sparked the elimination as Chef Burrell scolded her for wearing six inch heels in the kitchen. She was also accused of “overcooking” fish.
And Moore didn’t mind turning up as producers tried to tape her final scene. But Moore refused to leave and continued to curse at them.
But Moore said it wasn’t her cooking skills that got her fired but rather that Burrell is “jealous of her beauty” and “had it out for me the entire time.”
Actress Barbara Eden called her out and said, “This is what happens when you start calling any ole person a celebrity. Those awful reality shows reward such uncouth behavior and breeds people like Kenya.”
Word is actor Tommy Davidson poked fun at the situation the entire time.
Loni Love of The Real, reality star Michael ‘The Situatio’ Sorrentino, actress Mindy Cohn and actor Matt Dallas are a part of the cast as well.
Moore seemed to respond to the reports on Instagram.
A photo posted by Kenya Moore (@thekenyamoore) on Jun 21, 2016 at 8:51am PDT
This isn’t the first time Moore has made headlines for outbursts on another reality series. Now Presidential hopeful Donald Trump once called her, “The most evil woman I’ve ever met,” during Moore’s stint on NBC’s Celebrity Apprentice.